Review of True Detectives by Jonathan Kellerman

While this isn’t his newest book, I’ve finally gotten around to reading Jonathan Kellerman’s True Detectives.I honestly wish I hadn’t waited so long. I’ve made no bones about the fact that I’ve grown a little weary of Dr. Alex Delaware, but there’s very little of him to be found in this book. Which is why […]

Review of Cape Storm by Rachel Caine

Joanne Baldwin and the Weather Wardens are back in the newest book in the series, Cape Storm.A massive hurricane is bearing down on Miami, Florida, the likes of which the world have never before seen. In an effort to lure the hurricane away from innocent lives, Lewis Orwell, current head of the Wardens, commandeers a […]

Review of A Touch of Dead by Charlaine Harris

If you’re a big Sookie Stackhouse fan, then A Touch of Deadis a must have book. Of course, if you are a big fan, then you probably already own the five books that these five short stories first appeared in. Here’s the breakdown. Fairy Dust – Originally published in Powers of Detection -Fairies Claudine and […]

Review of Frostbitten by Kelley Armstrong

I can’t tell you how happy I am for the return of Elena and Clay in Kelley Armstrong’s new book, Frostbitten,book 10 of the Women of the Otherworld series. I’ve been waiting awhile for this and it was well worth the wait. Werewolf Elena Michaels is on the hunt for a mutt, but for once […]

Review of Dark Road Rising by P.N. Elrod

It feels like forever since I read the last Vampire Files book, A Song in the Dark.Four years to be exact. But for all of us Jack Flemming fans, the wait is finally over! Jack et al are back for book 12 in the series, Dark Road Rising. The beginning finds Jack’s PI partner, Charles […]